Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sometimes Santa is not a nice man.

Many of you know that I’m a professional Santa Claus. For those of you who didn’t, now you do. This post represents my personal views. It does not speak on behalf of any organization or association of Santas. I stand … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Old Friend.

IN 1987, a quarter of a century ago, I lived in Spain. On our balcony was a hibachi that the previous tenant had left behind with a chicken-wire cooking surface. It was better than nothing, but the alternatives just weren’t … Continue reading

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, Jennifer Bong is a best selling novel writer.

Ten years ago I started pursuing a career/new venture in doing voice-over work. As a part of that process I looked at lots of web sites and listened to dozens of voice artists. I realized that as a consumer I … Continue reading

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Perfect. Simply Perfect.

The DuffleBlog is the Onion for military people. I loved this article and you should just click here and go read it. This one is safe for work, but many on this site are not. Use discretion. They’re all funny.

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A solid fork is the mark of a good restaurant.

I have relatively strong hands. It is my preference to “cut” most dishes with my fork versus a knife. This usually works up to about the “steak & thicker” level of foods. Thus, when I try to use a fork … Continue reading

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